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[texts]Women's Land Army great recruiting rally at Woolwich on Saturday, April 6th : join the Land Army today
Large poster all text in green font. The lyrics to a song by Harold Begbie, "Up, Ladies, Up!" is found at the bottom
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 7
[texts]Increase yield by preventing smut of wheat, oats, barley & rye no seed treatment practiced, treat your seed with formaldehyde, it prevents these smuts : consider the wheat crop, smut crop grown by them would have filled a train from New York to Cleveland, why not stop this waste? : for information write your state college of agriculture or the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C
Illustration shows two freight trains snaking from from New York to San Francisco. Three line drawings of healthy grain stalks and those affected by smut. Three drawings show decline of grain seed from 1914-1916.
Keywords: Wheat Diseases and pests Posters; Cereal smut diseases Control Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 7
[texts]Save the milk cans Uncle Sam needs tin : farmers can help : cream and milk buyers can help : transportation agents can help, we can help
Small poster, all text. Red milk can background and red font text on left side.
Keywords: Milk cans Conservation United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 7
[texts]Plant grain sorghums: why (Volume no. 9)

Keywords: Sorghum Posters; Sorghum as feed Posters; Sorghum as food Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 6
[texts]Our enemy : feeds herself because she has never wasted
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Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Posters; Manures Arizona Posters; Soil fertility Arizona Posters
Downloads: 34
[texts]Heavy soil is hard to work, takes water poorly, bakes easily
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Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Posters; Clay soils Arizona Posters; Soil fertility Arizona Posters; Manures Arizona Posters
Downloads: 40
[texts]Avery kerosene tractors raise food save fuel they plow deep and do all your work at right time : they turn kerosene into gas : the Avery Duplex gasifier does the trick : a size for every size farm and every kind of work

Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Posters; Tractors Posters; Tractors Fuel systems Posters; Kerosene as fuel Posters
Downloads: 29
[texts]Keep tubercolosis out of your swine this preventable disease costs hog raisers millions of dollars annually ... : how to prevent this costly plague : get rid of tuberculous hogs, start with a clean herd
Poster with extensive text and three photographs : one shows a swine herd; one shows a mother pig with piglets; one shows pigs and cows eating hay.
Keywords: Tuberculosis in swine Posters; Tuberculosis in swine Prevention Posters; World War 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 20
[texts]Manure : is worth on the dump, less than nothing
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Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Posters; Manures Arizona Posters; Soil fertility Arizona Posters
Downloads: 37
[texts]More money for better hides how to get it ... : a good hide is ... : to get high prices .. : the better the hide ----- the better the price ... skin carefully = cure properly = ship promptly : for detailed information about hides and skins write to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C
A large poster with black text with a fully laid out animal hide as background.
Keywords: Hides and skins Quality United States Posters; Hides and skins Economic aspects United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 8
[texts]He can win! The Federal Board provides training ; consult the local Red Cross Home Service section - Smith, Dan,
Injured soldier making mechanical drawing.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Posters; World War, 1914-1918 United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 War work United States Posters
Downloads: 8
[texts]Dairy farmers, it's your patriotic duty to stop milk waste, now! help by keeping your milk from spoiling : don't let what you produce be wasted! demonstrate thrift on your farm
Poster with extensive text and two photographs : one shows a steam sterilizer for dairy utensils; one shows a milk cooler and storage tank.
Keywords: Milk Preservation Posters; Milk Pasteurization Posters; Dairy farmers United States Citizen participation Posters; Food spoilage Prevention Posters; World War 1914-1918 Posters
Downloads: 13
[texts]Food. 1-buy it with thought, 2-cook it with care, 3-use less wheat and meat, 4-buy local foods, 5-serve just enough, 6- use what is left. Don't waste it - Cooper, Fred G.
Poster designed by fgc [Fred G. Cooper] with text printed in black, and numbers and rule lines in red.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters; War posters, American
Downloads: 13
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